nature’s calligraphy

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i think another example of art imitating life. it inspires me.

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  1. Beautifying creepers. Their competition to climb up to get enough sunlight seems the survival tests given by nature are equal without parting as small or large, the nature selects the best version without looking whether it’s tiny or a giant… Survival of the fittest glows visible here.

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    1. Lovely comment. i agree completely. ~amy

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  2. danhibbsblog says:

    I ever much enjoy these pictures, and would like to see more!
    – Dan

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    1. Thank you so much, Dan! ~amy

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  3. Nature and Harmony says:

    Wow never seen photographies like that.. Was truly amazed 😉 Very inspiring work 😉

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    1. Wow, thank you so much! i have always loved vines that curl. ~amy

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    1. and inspiring too. thanks! ~amy

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  4. annika says:

    Pretty swirly vines 😀

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    1. Hi Annika…inspiring i think. I believe stained glass came to be after seeing a butterfly. after studying calligraphy, i believe the vines must have inspired someone once. Thanks! ~amy

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  5. loisajay says:

    I love this! I will look at vines very differently from now on.

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    1. my favorite thing to do when i get near old thick vines, that appear wooden with age? I cut them from top to bottom at the curliest & slowly unwrap them from what they’ve been clinging to. I have curly sticks in my balcony garden. they are so cool. I will post them soon to show you. Thank you so much for the compliment, Loisajay! ~amy

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  6. Annie says:

    Lovely! There’s so much art in nature and you’ve captured it…

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    1. Hi Annie, a friend gave me a necklace, it is hammered silver that says in Hebrew, “Great art picks up where nature ends” ~Marc Chagall. i am seldom seen without it on. thank you so much for this compliment, as it sounds like the quote i love. ~amy

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  7. Morgan says:

    Very Beautiful 😉 I can see how/why it Inspires 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Morgan. I love, love curls on a vine, no matter their age. I have a balcony that overlooks a parking lot. i hate that, because i’d rather be outside than in. So i bought evergreen & Pernnial vines to block out my view. having a balcony is like having a trellis! ~amy

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      1. Morgan says:

        a balcony of viridian 🙂 thats wonderful!

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      2. Thank you, Morgan…i was inspired by the parking lot, but it is becoming an additional room to my wee apartment. i live out there. ~amy

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      3. Morgan says:

        I can see why 🙂

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